NEWS: Disneyland Paris Has Temporarily Suspended Its New Standby Pass

What’s French for “oops”?  


After introducing its new Standby Pass earlier this month, Disneyland Paris has temporarily halted the service. 

Since Disneyland Paris reopened in July, the park has instated a bunch of new safety measures and protocols, including sanitation stations, mask mandates, and quarantine requirements. 

Disneyland Paris © Disney

One of the latest additions was the Standby Pass, which is designed to minimize wait times for guests and ultimately alleviate crowding in the queues.  It’s basically France’s FastPass+!


But like many brand new features in the parks, there were some growing pains! 

Disneyland Paris has halted its Standby Pass to contend with some glitches. Per the park’s website: “In order to improve the experience of our Guests, the Standby Pass service is temporarily suspended.” 

Standby Pass Suspended

That means it’s back to standard queues for guests for now!

Disneyland Paris © Disney

Stuff happens! And we applaud the park for quickly recognizing and addressing issues to ensure the utmost safety — and smoothest possible visit — for its guests! 

Have you visited Disneyland Paris? Let us know in the comments!

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